Beliefs of the Ancient EgyptiansBeliefs
The Deities are the Supreme Beings of Ancient Egypt, but where did the Gods and Goddesses come from?
Ma'at: The Primary Belief
The worldly and afterlife core that was the central guide of Egyptian life and religion. Ma’at was so important that the concept was brought to life as a Goddess. The Goddess of Truth and Balance.
The Supreme Beings may be viewed in their human form, in their animal form and in their magical form depending on the magic purpose they were working to invoke
From the High Priest and Priestesses to the lowly Wab priest who swept the Temple. How did they serve the Deities and Pharaoh?
The Day : The Night
Composed by the God Ra: responsible for the Rising of the Sun to the Setting of the Sun
The Ancient Soul
Religion explained that the Ancient Egyptian Soul had 9 different parts, each one of which needed tending to
The Ancient Burial Rituals. But they were not just for the Royals, and they were not just for Humans
The Legend of Osiris
The Ancient Myth which illustrates the supreme importance of Ma’at and how following the tenants of the religion would allow Order to triumph over Chaos
The Spells & The Books
Reading the Spells and the Book of the Spells explained how your Soul could travel on to the Field of Reeds
Reliefs at Kom Ombo Temple
Head of God Anubis on a Canopic Jar
Great Temple, Abu Simbel
The Inner Sanctum